Altinity.Cloud Anywhere: An Open Cloud for ClickHouse

Altinity.Cloud Anywhere: An Open Cloud for ClickHouse

Altinity.Cloud Anywhere introduces a new concept of an “open cloud” that allows you to plug other clouds or on-prem deployments into Altinity management plane. The only requirement is Kubernetes.

Open Source Software at Altinity

Open Source Software at Altinity

Since its inception, Altinity has contributed to and maintained many open source projects that are accelerating ClickHouse development and adoption. Read our open source story!

1 Trillion Rows in ClickHouse, Part 1: Altinity.Cloud Setup

1 Trillion Rows in ClickHouse, Part 1: Altinity.Cloud Setup

1 Trillion rows is a lot but ClickHouse can handle it and so can you. Our first article in a blog series shows how to set up a large dataset in Altinity.Cloud — using features like multi-volume storage, fast server rescaling, and scheduled operation — at a minimal cost.

Announcing the New Altinity & PostHog Partnership

Announcing the New Altinity & PostHog Partnership

Today we’re excited to officially announce our partnership with PostHog. We’ve worked with PostHog’s teams on this integration and have collaborated on ClickHouse-related topics since 2020. It’s great to be able to share with the wider open source analytics community what we’ve been working on together. 

Loading 100B Rows in Minutes in Altinity.Cloud

Loading 100B Rows in Minutes in Altinity.Cloud

A few weeks ago the SingleStore team published interesting research in their blog. They demonstrated how to load 100 billion rows in a database in 10 minutes. While it did not seem outstanding for ClickHouse, we were intrigued to learn how much faster we can accomplish the same task, so we conducted some experiments in Altinity.Cloud.

Connecting ClickHouse to External Data Sources using the JDBC Bridge

Connecting ClickHouse to External Data Sources using the JDBC Bridge

ClickHouse is never used as a standalone – it integrates with other data sources and exposes query results to applications. Upstream data for OLAP is sometimes in relational databases like MSQL SQL Server. The JDBC and ODBC bridges provide a flexible way to connect and fetch data, especially in environments like Kubernetes.